Free Real-Time Stats, Play-By-Play & Video Available At JWCFootball.com
CANTON, OHIO - American football fans around the world can watch and listen to every down of the 2009 IFAF Junior World Championship and also follow real-time statistics and a play-by-play when the action kicks off at Fawcett Stadium on Saturday, June 27.
The two-camera feed and action replays that are shown on the in-stadium scoreboard will be streamed free of charge through JWCFootball.com.
The entire tournament experience will be shared with fans eager to follow the fortunes of the eight competing nations. Whether in Canada, France, Japan, Germany, Mexico, New Zealand, Sweden or one of the 33 US college markets represented on the United States' roster, football enthusiasts the world over can enjoy the spectacle of the inaugural tournament.
The real-time live stats and play-by-play package will track every down of every game in a professional format and will also provide the IFAF Junior World Championship coaches with comprehensive stats books.
Technology developed by webcasting specialist EZStream™, which provides a platform that makes streaming as easy as pushing a button, will host the broadcasts.
The games will be called by a combination of announcers from Ohio, Pennsylvania and Virginia. Matt Farago, Dan Reed and Jeff Wink from the Champs Sports Network will share time with Keith Kokinda of Columbus and Adam Mendoza from Cleveland in the broadcast booth.
Kokinda and Mendoza will kick off the coverage at 10am on Saturday when number one seed Canada takes on New Zealand. The Champs Sports Network crew will begin their tenure on the second game day on Wednesday, July 1 and will return for the seventh and fifth place games on Saturday, July 4.
The Bronze Medal and Gold Medal games will be streamed on FoxCollegeSports.com as part of the Fox College Sports live TV broadcast of the games.